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for the past week in this case. today, they took their morning of andy lopez inside a church. carried by friends and family, andy lopez's body was ushered in with spanish hymns. and the heartbreak of an entire community. >> all the songs that were there really gave you a little punch in the heart. >> i have grandchildren. it's terrible. it's terrible. >> inside the church, a standing room only crowd came to pay their respects and find peace with andy's death last week. >> i think that maybe being here in church might consolidate you for a few minutes, but then the nightmare will never go away. >> many at the mass knew the teen. >> they took away one of my friends from his parents and from my life. >> for others, andy's face was a stranger in the crowd. until his death. now, the 13-year-old, a symbol of violence hitting too close to home. >> it's heart wrenching. it's very heart wrenching, having seeing the mother. i cannot fathom what she's going through. >> long after andy was taken back to the funeral home and his family left to mourn in private, the crowd stayed, offering
traffic ticket and andy lopez. it was august 21 around 8:30 in the morning when 57-year-old, jeffrey westbrook was car pooling to work on highway 101 when he was pulled over by sanoma sheriff deputy. jeff pulled over and on a narrow shoulder, jeff says he offered to make more room for gelhouse to stand, when a simple traffic stop for failing to use a blinker went sideways. >> the car starts to move, he screams, turn the car off and you know, as i'm looking at him, i pulled his weapon out and now he point blank. >> jeff says the gun's barrel was a foot from his head. >> i never had a gun pointed at me. >> that's when he told him to get out of the car and it happened again. >> when he asked me to, you know, if i had weapons, he went to the gun the second time. >> a car matching his was part of a be on the lookout call in a series of e mails exchanged with the deputy sergeant. the sheriff department appears to offend him, and jeff connected the dots of the officer who pulled the gun on him. he was stunned. >> i don't know where i'm at. i know something could have been done. >> o
lawsuit. that could happen as early as tomorrow. andy lopez's family has already filed three wrongful death claims. lopez was carrying a replica assault rifle when deputy eric gelhaus shot him last month. >>> a critical vote on tuesday could dramatically alter the look of san fransisco's water front. voters will cast ball oates and ots on tuesday. a poll finds they're losing at the moment. half of voters surveyed says they won't sign off on the project. nearly the same number opposed raising the height limit so the complex can be built. >>> and early voting is underway tonight on kpix 5 at 11. we sort out both sides of the issue and find out what's really at stake. >>> good news and bad news for one upscale bay area shopping center, walnut creek shopping plaza is adding shopping space creating a shoppers's play grouped. but to make it happen, a hundred stores could get the boot. >> reporter: 300,000 square foot will be added. that's good news for shoppers. >> a variety of shops that are offered, the outdoor field. >> neiman marcus. >> yes. >> reporter: it calls for big changes. beginn
that the shooting was without reasonable cause and in violation of the 4th amendment and 13-year-old andy lopez cruz was shot seven teens after neigh mistook the fake ak-47 for a real assault rifle. >>> a pleasanton man nearly beaten to death is recovering. he woke up from his medically- induced coma. he was attacked by a group of teens in september when he went outside and told them to be quiet. his is no longer life- threatening but he's not able to speak. the investigation is on hold until police can question him. >>> and some b.a.r.t. workers will start off their week tomorrow with a brand-new contract and that is a fresh start after months of bitter negotiations, birthing, and strikes that got trying for the writing public. 88% of the seiu's members, they're usually the janitors and such, approved the new contract on friday. 88% of atu, including staging agents and drivers, voted in favor of the new deal. all workers will see a 15% pay increase over the next four years, but they will also have to kick in more for health and pension projects. most are relieved in the end that b.a.r.t. is back on
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